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Old 06-30-2008, 09:19 AM
 
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I want to find a knowledgeable, reliable, honest mechanic shop in Columbia, Which should I go for? If you have personal experience on a mechanic shop, that'd be great.
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Old 06-30-2008, 09:34 AM
 
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Andrew's Auto way down on Harden St (not to be confused with Bob Andrews on Harden right off of Gervais - I have no exp with them). I have been taking cars to them for 15 years. They are very good if you call them and give them notice. If you just appear with your car it will be put in line, but if you call and tell them you are having such-and-such a problem or want this done and make an appointment they are great..thumbs up.
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Old 06-30-2008, 09:52 AM
 
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Andrew's Auto way down on Harden St (not to be confused with Bob Andrews on Harden right off of Gervais - I have no exp with them). I have been taking cars to them for 15 years. They are very good if you call them and give them notice. If you just appear with your car it will be put in line, but if you call and tell them you are having such-and-such a problem or want this done and make an appointment they are great..thumbs up.
Do they provide free towing on major repairs? Are they cheap?
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Old 06-30-2008, 10:22 AM
 
Location: Littleton, CO
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I really don't know about the free towing. As for price, they are very reasonable. I have never felt ripped off etc when going to them. Again, if you are going to use them I highly recommend calling them. I only used them if I could not do the work myself. I just had them replace the timing belt in my toyota solara. I called and made an appointment for it to be done, and they had it done that afternoon. I think it was $570 (somewhere around there), which is reasonable for a timing belt change in a toyota. I also would buy the parts that I needed and just have them do the labor. Matt and Brian are super nice guys. Give them a call

Andrews Auto Service Inc
2015 Harden St
Columbia, SC 29204 Map
(803) 256-1516
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